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We’re committed to ensuring this website is accessible to as many people as possible, regardless of their ability. Providing an accessible website has a positive effect on general usability and we believe websites that are accessible and usable benefit everyone.

On this site we have applied the following elements:’

Skip navigation
This allows visitors who use screen readers to access the site to skip the menu navigation and go straight to the content.

Tab navigation
Allows user who may have issues using a mouse to tab through the menu options

Images
We have used descriptive alt text to describe images on the website

Font style
A web safe font has been chosen to make sure that copy displayed on web pages and devices correctly. The default size of text has been set bigger, more spacing between words and sentences has been introduced to improve readability of the site.

Buttons
All buttons use a clear visual design with high contrast colour backgrounds.

Headings
Correct heading tag structures (H1 – H6) have been used to display the content on the site.

High contrast colours
Option for visitors to the site to display the content in high contrast mode.

Increase and decrease font size
Option for visitors to the site to increase and decrease the font size on the site to help with readability.

Negative contrast
Option for visitors to the site to display the content in negative contrast mode.

Underline links
Option for visitors to the site set all links to display an underline.

Greyscale mode
Option for visitors to the site to display the content in greyscale mode.

Light background
Option for visitors to the site to display the content in light background mode.